This fun dragon worksheet can be used as is, or laminated and use with a dry wipe pen. A fun way to learn to form letters - and of course your child can colour in the dragon too.
Fairy Tale Handwriting Worksheets
NEW! We thought it would be fun for children to practise writing some of the words that they might find in a fairy tale - ready to write their own, perhaps! We have three versions here: finger tracing for beginners, word tracing for improvers and handwriting worksheets for the next step up. All can be laminated for repeat use and include a colouring element if you wish.
Just for fun - kids can practise their letters by tracing the word dragon in various different formats, before writing it by themselves. Perfect for fairy tales, St George's Day, Chinese New Year, or any time!
Little children can learn to finger trace the word 'fairy' with this lovely worksheet - and of course they can colour in her picture too...
Practise writing the word fairy! This lovely worksheet will encourage children to learn to form the letters correctly, and then have a go on their own on the last line.
Finger tracing is a great way to introduce writing and letters to very young children. This worksheet features a king, great for fairytale or royal activities...
The children will have handwriting fit for a king by the time they've practised using this fun worksheet!
Children can trace over the dotted letters in the word king then colour in the picture of the king themselves! What a fun way to practise handwriting!
Children can colour in our lovely knight and then learn to write the word beneath, tracing the letters with their forefinger first.
Knight is a tricky word to spell - but children will remember it when they've practised with this handwriting worksheet! As always we have a fun illustration for them to colour, too.
Children can get a feel for the shape of letters by tracing out the word prince on our finger tracing worksheet. They could then try tracing the letters into a sand or flour tray.
Whether you are celebrating the royal family or having some fun with a fairy tale theme, children can practice their handwriting with this prince handwriting worksheet.
Young children love fairy tales. Encourage early handwriting skills by having children trace the latters and colour the picture on our fairy tale prince word tracing worksheet.
Learn to write the word "princess" with the help of this finger tracing worksheet. Place a finger on the dot and then follow the arrows to trace the letters correctly - then try with a pencil. And why not colour in the pretty princess, too?
Children can practise writing the word "princess" with this cute handwriting worksheet. We've left the last line blank so that they can try writing it on their own, too.
Colour in the pretty princess and then trace the letters underneath. Every little girl is a princess!
Children can practice their letters with this finger tracing printable for the word 'queen'. You can laminate the sheet for repeat use - and then use with a dry-erase pen for more practice.
Here's a handwriting worksheet with a Royal theme complete with a picture of a queen to colour in! This lovely worksheet will encourage children to learn to form the letters correctly and then have a go on their own on the last line.
Children can trace over the dotted letters to write the word "queen", then colour in the picture of her majesty! Perfect for a Royal celebration...
Here's a fun way to practice your handwriting at Halloween! Trace over the letters with finger, crayon or pencil, and colour in the witch if you like. If you laminate the sheet first you can repeat the activity as many times as you wish.
Little children who are starting to learn about letters and writing will enjoy this finger tracing activity featuring a wolf.